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FTP Publishing - The Migration Is Nearing The End

The migration from FTP Publishing started several months ago. Last week, the migration reached it's official end, with the closing of the dedicated Migration Issues Tracker database.
***Note: The Issue Tracker is closed for new submissions. If you are having trouble with FTP migrations, please submit a report in
our help forum: http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/blogger/label?lid=027
1191b4249689a&hl=en

So now, all new issues related to FTP Publishing are being handled with other Blogger problems. The closed tracker database was also noted with
We will have all logged issues from this tracker resolved by Friday, May 21st 5:00PM PST.

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